Back to profile Projects - dr.ir. M (Martijn) Duineveld See: martijnduineveld.com/projects/ Hello Mass Tourism! Tourism boom (and bust) in Urban Governance In this project we contribute to the increasing body of knowledge on mass tourism and specifically to the literatures focusing on local governance... Gorillascapes: re-negotiating conservation, tourism and rural development at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, South Western Uganda By Christine Ampumuza MSc. Historically, the Bwindi forest has been an arena of controversies. Although these controversies initially took the shape... Beyond the Planning Void - The renaissance of spatial planning in Argentina in the 21st Century By Rodrigo Alves Rolo - The publication of the strategic spatial plan ‘Argentina 2016’, at the beginning of the 21st century, represented... Productive Conflicts in Conservation Tourism By Arjaan Pellis. This study explores the performativity of conflicts in the context of conservation tourism, a policy intervention that aims at local... Indigenous Land and the Politics of Voice: The strategic representation of indigeneity, in activism against land acquisition by mining companies By Radhika Borde. Acquisition of indigenous land for purposes of mineral extraction is a controversial issue for several environmental reasons,... Dis-locating innovation: Studying the spatiotemporal conditions of innovation in floating practices By Iulian Barba Lata, MSc Innovation processes are highly volatile and defined by complex interplays of material and symbolic factors. The space-time... Social Innovation in Regional Planning By dr.ir. Martijn Duineveld - Social innovation in regional planning, rethinking concepts, strategies and instruments is a research program that aims... Georgia By dr.ir. Martijn Duineveld - In the Republic of Georgia we analyze spatial change and the transition of the planning system since late communism.... Foucault, Luhmann and Latour: theories and practices of object formation in governance By dr.ir. Martijn Duineveld - In this project we develop a theoretical and conceptual framework for studying object formation and stabilisation.